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My BFF and I have been friends since pre-K, but she’s been hanging with this girl who doesn’t like me.
How can I tell her it bugs me without making her feel she’s being pulled in two directions?
Friendship triangles are tough—especially when someone involved isn’t your biggest fan. Instead of resenting the situation, talk about it. Tell your BFF you understand she wants to branch out and meet new people but that you don’t want to lose her friendship.
Let her know you don’t expect her to hang out with you 24/7, but that you would love it if she could find the time to get together—just the two of you. If you guys can work out a balance, it will feel less like you and your friend are growing apart.
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POSTED ON 2/2/2010 7:00:00 AM
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